Ikehara Yoshiro

池原 義郎

1928 March 25, born in Tokyo
1951 graduated with Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
1953 completed Master of Engineering, Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
1953-56

worked at Toshiro Yamashita Designing Office

1956-65

affiliated with Kenji Imai Laboratory, Waseda University

1956-66

Lecturer, Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

1956-65

Lecturer, Tama University of Fine Arts

1966-71

Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

1975-78

Lecturer, University of Tokyo

1971-95

Professor, Department of Architecture, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

1988

established Y.IKEHARA Architect & Associates

1989

Member of The Japan Art Academy

1992

Professor Emeritus of Architecture, Chongqing JIAN ZHU University

1995

Professor Emeritus, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

1997

Chairman of Togo Murano Award

2002

Confered a Decoration

project list

 

2003 SHIN AOMORI PREFECTURAL COMPREHENSIVE ATHLETIC PARK, AOI-MORI ARENA, Aomori city, Aomori
1997 SAKATA CITY MUSEUM OF ART, Yamagata
1987 TOKOROZAWA CAMPUS, WASEDA UNIVERSITY

2003.11
SHIN AOMORI PREFECTURAL COMPREHENSIVE ATHLETIC PARK, AOI-MORI ARENA

新青森県総合運動公園 青い森アリーナ - Shin-Aomori-ken sōgō undō-kōen, aoi mori arīna

principal use:   sports facilities
address:   Aomori city, Aomori
site area:   37,230,771 m²
building area:   12,953 m²
total floor area:   25,450 m²
number of storeys:   6 and 1 storey penthouse, 1 basement
structure:   S, SRC, partly RC
sources:   [JA] 52 - Yearbook 2003, pages 19-20

1997
SAKATA CITY MUSEUM OF ART
酒田市美術館 - Sakata-shi Bijutsu-kan

address:   17-95, Iimoriyama-nishi, Ooaza-Miyanoura, Sakata, Yamagata

1987

TOKOROZAWA CAMPUS, WASEDA UNIVERSITY

sources:   [Agematsu, Yuji: Japanese Architecture Today; in: Gatti, Franco: Rethinking Japan - Literature, visual arts & linguistics] page 46